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flyback

[′flī‚bak]
(electronics)
The time interval in which the electron beam of a cathode-ray tube returns to its starting point after scanning one line or one field of a television picture or after completing one trace in an oscilloscope. Also known as retrace; return trace.
(horology)
The return to zero of the timing hand of a stopwatch or chronograph.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Admiral Chronographe Flyback Prato (Rose Gold Edition) from Ateliers deMonaco is a product of the brand's collaboration with Prato Automobiles.
Blessed with a flyback function, a precisely jumping minute counter and a power-reserve indicator, the timepiece is fronted by a dense but elegantly designed dial that bears the Lange signature: an outsize date display in the framed double aperture, noticeably aglow in green.
It is suitable for flyback, SEPIC, and isolated buck-converter designs.
The unusual design of this sporty successor to the Flyback Chronograph raised a few eyebrows when it was introduced earlier this year, with a quirky and loaded dial, laser engravings, and contrasting colours.
The new Chrono- graphs are still driven by the tried-and-tested IWC-manufac- tured 89361 calibre with flyback function, self-winding system and a power reserve of 68 hours.
Darbe pateikti flyback tipo impulsinio transformatoriaus eksperimentiniai tyrimai.
The flyback converters are commonly used as DC-DC converters in low power photovoltaic inverters.
Therefore, the primary objective of the study presented in this paper is to contribute to the research and development in the photovoltaic inverter technology by trying the flyback topology at high power.
Along with the flyback chronograph, lap timer and electronic tachymeter, the B55 "Racing" calibre provides three different features.
This arrangement reportedly offers several advantages over gravity feeding, including consistent feed rates, reduced power consumption, no flyback, quieter operation, less wear on the cutting chamber, and reduced fines and dust.
"After this, at about 1amon theSaturdaymorning we were then informed that there would be no flight at all that night." Hugill said that passengers were told that they would be collected by taxis and 'put up' by easyJet for the night and that they would then flyback to the UK on Saturdaynight.